Munra Point via George Trail #400 is a 4.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near North Bonneville, Washington that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips and is best used from April until November.

Length4.7 miElevation gain2,109 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingNature tripsRunningForestRiverViewsWildflowersWildlifeRockyScrambleOff trailNo dogs
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FIRE CLOSURE: From Sep 25, 2020 - May 15, 2021 there are closures in this park or area due to wildfire. For more information, please visit https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/mthood/alerts-notices/?aid=62187 The Gorge Trail #400 is open, however, any area 25 feet from the paved path is closed for all access. Forest Service rangers have been seen ticketing violators so please respect the posted closures. The beginning of the hike is easy, until users get to the turnoff point to go up the hill to Munra Point. At this point users will be hiking up a steep and rocky hill, and will need to use caution as injuries and fatalities have occurred. Expect a long and narrow path ahead until reaching the top. There might many times when users must are hands to climb up the rugged trail. The view is amazing beyond belief and is worth the hike and struggle. This hike is for experienced hikers or thrill seekers looking for a challenge.

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Gregory Spondora
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This is still closed despite what All trails says, any area 25 feet off the paved path is still closed. We went anyway but were surprised to see forest service and county sheriff waiting for us at the bottom. We got slapped with a $300 ticket and have to go to court for Criminal trespassing. Not worth it

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Aaron Peterson
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Hiking

The turn off the main trail said closed area. We checked it out and almost made it to the top but had to turn around before dark.

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Lam Nguyen
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Hiking

Why it says “CLOSED” on AllTrails?

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Jennifer Muir
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Great hike if it’s a clear day

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Vitaliy k
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Hiking
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Holly Presley
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Rock climbing

Epic views and worth it to do once in your life if you can handle hiking like a mountain goat on a 18 wide cliff side game trail, free climbing some short jagged rock faces, bear crawling up loose rock slides for 4 hours. The trail is covered in poison ivy so cover your skin. Wear boots and thick pants, you will appreciate it on the way down. Don’t do this alone, poles are recommended, no dogs, no kids, not recommend for beginners or people afraid of heights.

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L Presley
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Hiking

I loved this hike, but wouldn’t do with kids or dogs or anyone who doesn’t enjoy a challenge and a touch of danger. The trails are washed out to get to the turn off once you pass Elowah Falls—the bike path coming from John B Yeon will get you all the way to the turn off at Moffit Creek to go up if you don’t like huge spiders and wandering around in the bushes looking for wtf the trail went.

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james haman
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Hiking
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Kailey Kraus
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Scramble

One of my favorite Gorge hikes, but haven’t been since the big fire. Very grueling but worth it! It’s an unmaintained trail, so you’re in for an adventure! Views at the top are epic!

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Eunice Flores
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HikingOff trailRockyScrambleWashed out
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India Hines
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HikingBugsClosedMuddyOff trailOver grownRockyScramble

this was the craziest most difficult hike i have ever been on! i came willing because a friend suggested it and it looked great from the pics so why not? yeah i didn’t know it was closed either but we cautiously went anyway. okay the view was amazing the whole way up out from the bush BUT if you are afraid of heights you should not even attempt this since there were numerous steep sections were you need to be on all fours scaling through the dirt and rock AND a few parts where you basically hit a massive chunk of rock parallel your body. oh and just looking down can freak anyone out with how narrow and steep most sections are. without a doubt won’t do this again bc my body is already completely sore and it was just too much really. we missed the start of the off road trail by i guess a lot because our trip was 10.7 miles (about 7-8hrs) WTF!!! if you’re going to hike this when it’s closed the main entrance is closed off too so you have to go down to the next exit the rec area and park off to the side where it says no parking but we came back with only and warning and someone had the nerve the write with a marker or paint areas closed on the car window....if you still decide to do this then keep following the path off to the left til you get the the normal start of the trail #400. once you’ve been walking for a mile or so and look for a random tree to the south of the highway and says area closed before the creek with the bridge that starts with an M...then you will find the way to get to the top. rated it 4/5 bc there’s not enough emphasis on how easily you can fall right off a cliff to your DEATH.

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Alina Dor
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HikingNo shadeRocky

I did this hike many years ago. I loved the hike. One of my favorite hike.

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Kyle Kronenberg
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HikingBlowdownClosedMuddyOff trailOver grownRockyScrambleWashed out
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